Data logging capability (ONE Bluelab Connect Stick is required, sold separately)
Free Bluelab Connect Software available online
View data and current status remotely via Google Docs (A computer with permanent internet access is required)
Plant-safe green LEDs
Large easy to read displays
No calibration required for conductivity and temperature
Simple push button pH calibration
Selectable values for conductivity and temperature
Flashing high and low alarms
Greater tolerance to RF/electronic interference provided
Water resistant design
International power supply
Replaceable double junction pH probe
Adjustable display brightness
Compatible with Bluelab Connect Stick and Bluelab Connect Range Extender
Stay connected to your crop 24/7. Monitor, data log, and remotely view pH, conductivity and temperature readings.
The Bluelab Guardian Monitor Connect is not only a constant indicator of the desired levels of pH, conductivity and temperature of your nutrient solution, it also data logs these critical parameters to your computer for you.
It does not stop there. You can access the data via the cloud from a remote mobile device or computer to check these critical parameters are hitting the mark for crop success.
Just one Bluelab Connect Stick is required to receive wireless data from one or more Guardian Monitor Connects. For remote or cloud access, the computer you’re already data logging to will need permanent internet access.
All probes are interchangeable between all Bluelab products
All probes carry a 6 month warranty
Proper hydration of pH probes is vital to maintain wick
All pH probes eventually need to be replaced—they can only house so much reference solution
KCl storage solution is required for optimum probe maintenance
RO water will reduce probe life
Note: Clean & calibrate meters every 30 uses or 30 days for best results. A 7 & 4 will appear on the screen of the combo meters to indicate it is properly calibrated–when it goes away, it is time to calibrate. A check mark will appear on the screen of all other meters to indicate it is properly calibrated–when it goes away, it is time to calibrate. Calibration process has been made uniform across entire product line. Calibration instructions are printed on the back of each meter. Always calibrate at 7.0 first, then 4.